Children's Ministry 

We strive to guide children in the beginning of their faith journeys’, while intentionally building ways for children, teens, and adults to grow, not just as individuals, but as a family.

We offer programs twice weekly (Sunday and Wednesday) during the school year. If you have any questions or would like more information, please contact Sarah Thomson.

Current Curriculum

Our children’s ministry uses The Gospel Project curriculum by Lifeway.  This is a Christ-centered curriculum that focuses on introducing children to Christ in every lesson.  We are currently working our way through the story of God in a chronological manner.    Their website also includes training videos for teachers and parents alike on how to better engage kids about their faith outside of the Sunday morning setting.

Children's Sunday School
Preschool – 5th grade in classes at 9:01am (during school year, only one class during summer)
K - 5th grade Children's Church (one class) at 10:31am

Pebbles (a part of Wednesdays @ First & Birch)
K-2nd Grade
Wednesdays from 6:00 - 7:15 PM
Bible lessons, games, activities and more!

The Rock (a part of Wednesdays @ First & Birch)
3rd, 4th, and 5th grade
Wednesdays from 6:00-7:15 PM

ages 5 and under
Sunday mornings (both services)
Wednesday evenings (after dinner) upon request

Summer Camp
Children going into grades 2 - 5 have the opportunity for partial-week camps at Ghormley Meadow, a church-shared camp about 40 minutes outside of Yakima in the Rimrock Recreation Area. Let camp be a place for them to grow in friendship, faith, and fun!


Parenting Relationships Summit

Looking for ways to connect with your child? Grandchildren? Students? Neighbors? Community? Younger congregation members?  Don’t know where or how to start?  Consider signing up for this FREE summit in February.  Over the course of two weeks they will provide practical takeaways.   They will cover a variety of topics including but not limited to leadership in parenting, singleness, sexuality, biblical manhood, grace-based discipline, step parenting, and digital citizenship.  Topics such as the climate of teen culture and best Christian parenting resources will also be covered.  Click here to go to the summit web page and take a look for yourself!

DATES: February 14- 27